The beautiful and natural Damon smile can be yours with Park Orthodontics in Glasgow. Damon Braces are an effective and comfortable braces system that can give you the smile you’ve always wanted in a fraction of the time traditional braces would take.
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All our patients are involved in their treatment decision.
This is made possible by using the sophisticated smile simulation software within our iTero scanners.
Our 3D scan will show what your new smile could look like after orthodontic treatment and allow you to make and see real-time modifications to ensure you will be happy with the end result!
Damon Braces are a type of metal or clear bracket that is used in orthodontic treatment. They are made from high-quality stainless steel or ceramic and are smaller than traditional metal brackets. Damon brackets are also self-ligating, meaning they do not require elastics or rubber bands to hold the wire in place.
Damon Braces work by applying gentle pressure to the teeth over time, and this pressure slowly moves the teeth into their proper position. The self-ligating design of Damon braces reduces the need for elastics or rubber bands, which means braces are easier to clean than traditional braces.
The most significant difference between Damon braces and traditional braces is the type of bracket used. Damon braces use a self-ligating bracket that does not require elastics or rubber bands. Damon braces are a popular choice for adults.
There are many benefits of using Damon braces, including the following:
Transform your smile with Damon Braces from Park Orthodontics in Glasgow. Our experienced team will work with you to create a treatment plan that meets your individual needs. Request a complimentary smile evaluation today!
Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about Damon braces.
Treatment time with the Damon System is much faster than conventional braces. Also, fewer appointments are required during treatment.
We understand that cost is a concern for anyone considering orthodontic treatment. However, we cannot give you a specific answer to that question as the cost of your treatment with Damon braces will depend on several things like the severity of your orthodontic problem, how long your treatment will take, and the type of Damon braces you choose. We can tell you that the cost of Damon braces is like that of traditional braces. Once our Park orthodontist has developed your customised treatment plan, we’ll let you know precisely how much your treatment will cost before starting.
Damon braces a more effective treatment, shortening overall treatment time and improving comfort during treatment. In addition to the advantages of self-ligating brackets, Damon braces offer one of the most reliable treatments.
Traditional treatments can stretch from 10 to 24 months, while Damon braces can accomplish stunning results in as little as 6 to 8 months.
You might not know that Damon braces often improve facial aesthetics in addition to straightening teeth. Many adult patients end up with a fuller, wider smile and improved facial balance (including smoother cheek contours). The result is a more youthful appearance.
Whereas many traditional braces are only available in the all-too-familiar silver finish, Damon Braces can be applied in colours such as pink, blue, pastels and others.
With the Damon® System, we do not tighten your braces; we just change your wires. Some slight discomfort may be present the first 3-5 days after each adjustment, but this can be alleviated with over-the-counter paracetamol.
Studies have shown that a fuller smile with a wider arch is more attractive. Having the teeth upright and aligned into a smile “arc” can also add to a smile's appeal. We call this a Damon Smile.
No. Damon braces feature small brackets with smooth rounded surfaces that make treatment discreet and comfortable.
Unfortunately, Damon braces aren't usually available as an option for NHS orthodontic treatment. This is because NHS funding is limited, and the focus is on getting the best result, using the most cost-effective brace – usually traditional fixed metal braces.
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